…by Jonas E. Alexis and Henry Makow
Henry Makow has a Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982 and is the author of best-selling books such as Cruel Hoax: Feminism & New World Order and Illuminati: The Cult that Hijacked the World.
JEA: Israel has had “Jewish-only laws for years. racist laws and policies have become routine in Israel and no serious Jewish organization has said a damn thing about it. Migrant workers for example have ended up working “at 25% below the minimum wage, without medical or social benefits, and without any work permit whatsoever.”
But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Racism is also ingrained in Israeli schools as well. Listen to a tenth grader:
“For me, personally, Arabs are something I can’t look at and can’t stand, I am tremendously racist. I come from a racist home. If I get the chance in the army to shoot one of them, I won’t think twice. I’m ready to kill someone with my hands, and it’s an Arab.
“In my education I learned that…their education is to be terrorists, and there is no belief in them. I live in an area of Arabs, and every day I see these Ishmaelites, who pass by the [bus] station and whistle. I wish them death.”
You may think that this is a disgruntled and deranged high school kid, and her abiding hatred toward the Palestinians does not represent a significant number of schools in Israel. But you would be wrong. In an article entitled “Israeli Teens Gripped by Virulent Racism,” the Jewish Daily Forward reported in 2014:
“The student’s comments appear in a chapter devoted to ethnicity and racism among youth from a forthcoming book, ‘Scenes from School Life’ (in Hebrew) by Idan Yaron and Yoram Harpaz.
“The book is based on anthropological observations made by Dr. Yaron, a sociologist, over the course of three years in a six-year, secular high school in the Israeli heartland – ‘the most average school we could find,’ says Harpaz, a professor of education.
“The book is nothing short of a page-turner, especially now, following the overt displays of racism and hatred of the Other that have been revealed in the country in the past month or so. Maybe ‘revealed’ isn’t the right word, as it suggests surprise at the intensity of the phenomenon.
“But Yaron’s descriptions of what he saw at the school show that such hatred is a basic everyday element among youth, and a key component of their identity. Yaron portrays the hatred without rose-colored glasses or any attempt to present it as a sign of social ‘unity.’ What he observed is unfiltered hatred.
“One conclusion that arises from the text is how little the education system is able – or wants – to deal with the racism problem.
“Not all educators are indifferent or ineffective. There are, of course, teachers and others in the realm of education who adopt a different approach, who dare to try and take on the system. But they are a minority. The system’s internal logic operates differently.
“Much of the chapter on racism revolves around the Bible lessons in a ninth-grade class, whose theme was revenge. ‘The class starts, and the students’ suggestions of examples of revenge are written on the blackboard,’ the teacher told Yaron. A student named Yoav ‘insists that revenge is an important emotion.
“He utilizes the material being studied to hammer home his semi-covert message: ‘all the Arabs should be killed. The class goes into an uproar. Five students agree with Yoav and say openly: the Arabs should be killed.’
“One student relates that he heard in the synagogue on Shabbat that ‘Aravim Zeh Erev Rav’ [‘Arabs are rabble,’ in a play on words], and also Amalek, and there is a commandment to kill them all,’ a reference to the prototypical biblical enemy of the children of Israel. Another student says he would take revenge on anyone who murdered his family, but would not kill them all.”
Why is that? Well, Talmudic ideology always views the Goyim as the enemy to be conquered and slaughtered. It is the “Khazarian paradigm,” and it is essentially racist and diabolical. It was alive and well during the centuries, most particularly during the medieval period. Makow has more to say about that.
I urge you to read Ted Pike’s Israel: Our Duty…Our Dilemma (1984) to fully understand the danger in which humanity finds itself today. The essential teaching of Judaism’s most holy book, the Cabala, is that non-Jews form an impediment to progress and must be subjugated or exterminated. This ideology probably explains much of mankind’s tragic history and impending doom.
Only “religious” Jews are aware of this agenda but they are very much in control of the West through their control of the banking system and Freemasonry.
Few people take the time to read the Cabala. Ted Pike did and outlined his findings in Chapter 12, The Conspiracy of the Kabbalah.” (110-123)
The Cabala is “an attempt by the Pharisees and their descendants to wrest control of this world from God and give it to themselves.”
This is the definition of Satanism – supplanting God. Judaism at its Cabalist heart is Satanism. That’s why you don’t have to believe in God to follow Judaism.
According to the Cabala, Gentiles by their very existence are an impediment to Jewish rule and Heaven on Earth. “The Kabbalists saw the extermination of the Gentile as a necessary process towards restoring order in the universe. The Gentile is a form of demon…Satan himself.”
Pike quotes Cabala, “When God reveals himself, they will be wiped off the face of the earth.” (I Ber. 25b)
Until that blessed day, Jews will continue to languish and feel oppressed by the goyim. “Man” in the Old Testament refers only to Jews. How will man conquer the world?
“By deceit and trickery wherever possible. They must be fought against without ceasing until proper order is restored. This it is with satisfaction that I say we should free ourselves from them and rule over them.” (I, 160a, Pranaitus Trans. p.74)
This is scary considering who controls the weapons of mass deception.
When Jewish world domination has occurred, the Messiah “will display His force and exterminate them from the world.” (III, Schemoth, 7 and 9b, de Pauly.)
“When these shall be exterminated, it will be as if God had made heaven and earth on that day…”(I, Ber. 25b)
“A the moment when the Holy One …will exterminate all the goyim of the world, Israel alone will subsist, even as it is written, the ord alone will appear great on that day.” Vayschlah, follo 177b de Pauly, Webster p.373.
The Cabala recommends the extermination of the Gentiles as the highest religious duty. Only then will Jews be able to flourish.
Most Jews are unaware of this diabolical agenda and certainly do not share these goals. However, this subjugation of the goyim is the essence of “globalism” and the New World Order.
The “chosen people” is the ultimate scam. I don’t like to sound alarmist but this is the best explanation of world events past and present. We’ve lost the ability to recognize evil and call it by its name. This is not about a difference of opinion. This is about good and evil.
Let me tell you about evil. Evil is out to destroy everything good including you and everything you hold dear.
And remember, many Cabalists are Freemasons. These Gentiles want a seat at the table and sold their souls to the devil. They were/are indispensable. We’re talking about a widespread Satanist conspiracy. Let’s focus on Satanists rather than Jewish dupes.
If this agenda is indeed behind world events, it’s time humanity stirred from its complacency and organized its defense.
-  “Israel passes Jewish-only ‘national self-determination’ law despite outcry,” Russia Today, July 19, 2018; see also “Israel passes ‘Nation State’ law enshrining Jewish supremacy,” Middle East Eye, July 19, 2018.
-  Or Kashti, “Israeli Teens Gripped by Virulent Racism,” Jewish Daily Forward, August 23, 2014
-  Ibid.
-  For historical studies on similar issues, see Israel Jacob Yuval, Two Nations in Your Womb: Perceptions of Jews and Christians in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006); Elliott Horowitz, Reckless Rites: Purim and the Legacy of Jewish Violence (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006); Ruth Langer, Cursing the Christians?: A History of the Birkat HaMinim (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011).